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Dr Nielson was a Salt Lake visitor this week. H. H. Smith and family left Saturday for Provo. Utah. Four Roomed House to rent by Herald Office—A. A. Tanner. J. N. Price and son Kudger went to Salt Lake City Sunday. D. 0. Spitzraesser has been in Pocatello on business for week. Dr. George Toolson of Burley visited friends litre Saturday and Sunday. Seth Hawkins was at Poca tello the first ol the week on business for the Telephone Co. Mrs. George M-Clark had the mislortu ne Monday evening to scald her right aim very pain fully. a Fok Sale—30 one-year- old Rhode Island red liens. Inquire of S. P. Worthington, Phone no. 106. Ralph Opensliaw returned Monday, after having been dis charged from Camp Lee, Virginia. W. H. Paddock returned to Oakley Wednesday alter having heeu away for some time on business. Miss Nancy Holt is hack again at her post as a teacher of the third grade after an attack ol influenza. v Frank Wardlaw, a young civil engineer of Salt Lake, has been working on the Vipont property this week. E. E. Colpiii arrived this week to take his position as active vice-president' of ttie Oakley State Bank. Arthur Guy Empey.s warsto ry. 'Shanghaied at Seventeen' be gins in this issue of the Herald. l)on,t fail to read il Miss lues Matthews enter, tained the Junior Class of the First Ward Y. L. M I. A. at her home Wednesday evening. Shecial at the Gtm Cash, Sat urday March 22; Libby's Aspar agus Soup. Regular 15 cent cans or 10 cents.—Adv. Just .lememher that in addi tion to a complete stock of Fan cy Groceries, the Gem Cash al ways lias bargains in dishes. Galvanized, and Granite ware. Adv. Doctor and Mrs. Rains enter tained at supper Wednesday evening last. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Devanter, and Mr, Frank Beck with. After supper the evening was spent in a nice social chat and music. A special arrangement has been made with the Idaho Far mer whereby we can idler both for one year for $1.50—the price of The Oakley Herlad alone. Call at the Herald office or send us your check tor $1.50. Make checks payable to tile Oakley Herald it LET US FILL YOUR ORDER FOR FIELD, GARDEN, And FLOWER SEEDS Onion Seta Now Here Fori Early Planting iVe Make Special! y l)f Acclimated High A 1 1 i I tide Seed s a « 'I »1 Start Your Tomato and Cabbage Plants And Atia pted This I To ! , ica ! i t v We Carry At All Times As Complete A Line Of High Grade Seeds As You Will Find Anywhere And our Prices Are Reasonable. i Pansy In Your Boxes Now We Have the Seeds and good Ones Plants I P 1 Our Flower Seeds And Bulbs Are The Finest Obtainable And Are Put Up fn Our Own Packets By Us Pioneer Seed & Grain Co. BURLEY. IDAHO, PHONE 28 * « We Have Now In Stock a Nice Line of Potted Plants In Bloom I SOUTHERN IDAHO'S EXCLUSIVE SEED STOKE wait for our i»it» comi'lktk seed catalog. M «4 I ,,(ALLntil.iiiiu4lA.il » Parley ToltiiHii went to I'och-i tcllo Monday. Don, t forget to look over tliej delinquent sidewalk tux list. The one.jenr old daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Joseph Larson died j Monday. Mr. Eil ward Tuttle of Rich-' moud is visiting old acquaint- ' auces here. î Mr. anti Mrs. Lewis Elison and children went to Salt Lake City Sunday for a short visit. Remember the 17th of March• If you haven,t bought your tick- ' et for the banquet, do so at once, j There should be no slackers. It is expected that the "Fio-j will draw a larger i Trail zen crowd than any previous play in the Howells Opera House. Watch for the date, Geo. A. Day is a business vis»-1 tor at Boise this week. Mrs. D. F. Stevens was a week-end visitor at Burley. State senator John Mi Murray returned Sunday from Boise. Samuel Haight was a week-end visitor at Twin Falls and Filer. Mrs. Melvin Elison returned Wednesday Iron; a visit to Twin Falls. Vance Lind of Moulton re- 1 turned last week Iront Camp Kearney. Harry Allen lias leased forty acres ot land on Center street It'oin j. S, lianzel. Miss Florence De Klotz visited Iter home at Filer last Satur day and Sunday. Leslie Koch lelt Sundav for Burley where lie will work at ; tile Langlois Grocery. Moultrie Worthington re turned Saturday from Burley where be had been visiting. Mrs. Parley Crilcltficld re turned Sunday iron; Twin Falls wheie she was the guest ol relatives. Mrs. Toolson and son Grant, ot SiiHtlifield, Utah, ate visiting Mrs. Toolson's daughter, Alts. H. B. Smith. Mrs. Timothy Matthews re turned Sunday from Dcclo I where she had been the guest ol | her son, Wilford Matthews. Parley Koch, who is serving ! with the American army ol occu ! pation in Germany, lias attained the rank of first class musician.! I Rudgur Price left Sunday fm | mission to the Central states, j A farewell dance was given in j lus honora», the Cassia Aca demy last Friday night. Mrs. Rachel Baker, who for two months has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs, Joseph Sud weeks, returned Monday to lier home at Mention, Utah. A party waa given Tuesday night in honor of Miss Mae Mortenson who is to* leave Saturday to lake a post-gradu ate course at the University of Chicago. the evening were dancing, were served. . v H le amusements ol games and Delicious refreshments it >oooooooooooooo<>oo<>oo<>oo<y I ! j j ; St. PatrlGk's Day MARCH 17TH HRS BEEN CHOSEN RS THE DRY WHEN WE OFFICIALLY WELCOME OUR RETURNED SOLDIERS. WE PROFFERED OUK MEANS; THEY OFFERED THEIR LIVES. LET US TURN OUT AND HAVE A ROUSING GOOD WELCOME AND SHOW BY ENTHUSIASM OUR KEEN APPRECIATION OF THE SPIRIT AKD MANNER IN WHICH OUR BOYS VOLUNTEERED THEIR SERVICES TO HUMANITY'S CAUSE. WE WILL CLOSE AT NOON ON THAT DAY. 1 ! I ! î I ! 1 ; I | ! ! I | j j . 1 ! ! I î : Oakley State Bank î I ! Old Reliable. The 44 9 9 !>oo< >oooooooooooooo<>ooooo< H wmrani mnifm mi" wsauno* Think of Your Teeth I Don't Wait Until a Deutal Bill You of Your Neglect Reminds Most people do not give any thought to the condition of their A dental hill A better plan is to call on your den tist at regular intervals and have your teeth examined and cleaned. day, you'll have no trouble with your teeth, cleans and whitens the teeth and keeps the mouth in a condition. teeth, until something happens to force attention, is the usual reminder If you will do this and use Penslar '1 dli Paste every This dentifrice w holt si li.e Tench the Utile folk* to use it, too. We also handle an excellent line of Tooth Brushes, Moulli Washes, Dental Floss, and other Requisites for keep ing the teeth sound and attractive RED CROSS PHARMACY w. W. QUI LL [AN, Prop 4« TWO STORES OAKLEY RUPERT EFFICIENT SERVICE ASSURED WITH MODERN EQUIPMENT lÈgîl -fr ev Buy Rexall Store 1 lie K-'x-ill s m e has bp, n bought by H t'. Uuw'es »ml son, H. K Howle-s, bulb ol Iptmi Gity.j Idaho. t hese men will take e.. arge . at onee'and will run the business | under the name, Howies & Howies, the RpnhII store. The younger Mr. Howies g radii- ! Hted from the North 1'aci fie College, I Portland, in 1913. He was manager of h drug store at l'eton City till! ! the plant burned last August. : j Since then he has been employ* it as j j pharmacist in one of the Pocatello ; stores. I Both gentlemen will bring their ; I ! families to Oakley soon. ' Frozen Trail" Coming Theatre going people will be de lighted to learn that the manage ] need ! T. It ami secure' I ] j î 1 ment of the Howells Opera Hout-e.is ! making arrangements for Lite I "frozen Trail" as an opening num ! bet after the long quarantine, î This beautiful play, by George I Kosener, is too well known to advertising, so when you see the date, which will be sometime this. ! montb(Marcb), just remember that ■ tbe good seats go first, 1 your tickets at once. Playei Piano Cheip We have in the vicinity of Oakley ! a slightly used piano, partly paid for ! and in first-class condition that v\e : reliable phi ty. particulars, Consoli I dated Music Co., bait Lake, Utah. î will sell cheap to : Write .Us for Lost î weight 1 Lost—Red Duroc sow I about 300. Ready to farrow. R- ! ward of $5.00 for return of same to Joe Larson, five blocks easl of Co-op stole, Oakley, Idaho, j I i ANNOUNCEMENT! Both ol tbe Oakley hanks I will close nt 1:00 p. m. March] I 1 7t >, 1919, in honor illation lor our Returned Sol I (tier Dot s. I tile ccle- I Oakley State Bank Farmers Commkkcial 1, I I j of an international lted Cross, to lie j led by the American Red Cross In a j great peacetime campaign to prevent 1 disease, relieve suffering and "make | the world what the war was fought Red Cross to Extend Activities. New York.— Plans for organization for—a better place to live In," was outlined by Dr. Livingston Ftirrnml. newly appointed chairman of the cen tral committee of the American Red a conference* of lAllantk division chapter delegates here Satur- I day. j I KO It SALE! mj Watches and Clicks that keep time Jewelry and Silverware that will wear to your satisfaction. Fountain Feus that positively will not leak. 'Guaranteed. Mandolin, Guitar, and Banjo strings. Get Dr. Nielson to tetst your eyes, you may need glasses. We fill the prescrip tions of any recognized doctor for glasses, at prices; no bad aftei effects. - f \ Q" ;'|D 3 Y9 reasonable CO A'LES JEWEL BY STORK 51ABILIZED PRICES SCUEI OF BOARD NORMAL LEVELS OF PRICES AND WAGES SOUGHT BY THE U. S. COMMERCE COMMITTEE. Purpose cf Board Is to Bring About the Operation of Laws of Supply anj Demand Interfcrred With by Process of War. ■I Washington.—Con * plot Ion of tho por anil *>f the soiuiol ol the Industrial I department of cominoroo, together with the plans of the hoard for hastening the return of prices and wages' to a normal level, was announced Sunday through the council of national de fense. Moline, 111. Associated with George X. Peek of a former member of the war Industries hoard, as chairman of the new organization, are Samuel T. P.ush of Columbus, O. ; Anthony Cumi nettl. commissioner of immigration; Thomas K. Glenn of Atlanta, Ga. ; George K. James of Memphis. Tenn. ; ! T. C. Powell of Cincinnati and William M. Hitter of West Virginia, To Fix Price Levels. The chief purpose of the new hoard, It was announced, is to bring about the operation of the laws of supply and de mand, Interfered with by the process of war. To this end conference^ wilt lie held with representatives of the chiefs of Industries "to decide on prices to he offered to the nation as the gov emmentnlly approved Judgment on a price scale low enough to encourage I buying and the resumption of normal ] activities." j "As soon ns a stable and wholesome scale of prices Is achieved," said the announcement, "the cost of living î have sij far been reduced as to create automatically reductions in the price of labor without interfering with ■ : ill American standards mid lih-nls for the . conditions f la trout nient and living 1 hoi- nnd tints the last Inflating element j will have lii-eu withdrawn from prices. It is helloved that Industries will I agree that the cost of living must he i suhstatil'ally reduced liefere labor should he asked to accept lower wages, and Hins Industry should stand tin first shock of readjustment." SPARTACAN OUTEREAK FAILS. I Blood and Iron Policy Overcomes Ter rorists of Hunland. Berlin.- Blood and iron once more have proved an efficacious cure for 1 error! Jt outbreaks in this capital. Wirli utter rtitlilessuess. working on lives Is the theory Huit no price li too high to pay for saving the father 1, land from nimrcliy and clmos. War I Minister Nooke has put down the I Sparta cnn rebellion, and Berlin is quiet UIH j orderly again, though some of j q s principal streets and squares re 1 semble the bloodiest battlefields of | Krant-e. The past week was the worst In the city's history. I Hungary Ha3 Volunteer Army. Budapest.- The Hungarian govern ment has abolished the old army orgaa j Izution. A volunteer army of six dlvi I sions lias been formed.